Wake Up And Smell The Coffee

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For all the New Year's Eve "morning after" folks. Someone was going to provide doughnuts for us all? Right? -- Diane

Guess what!! You, the Yourdonites, have just received an animated greeting card. You can pick up your forum's personal greeting by connecting to the following WWW Address


(Your greeting card will be available for the next 60 days) This service is FREE! :) HAVE a good Happy New Year's Day and have fun!

-- Diane J. Squire (sacredspaces@yahoo.com), January 01, 1999



http://www1.bluemountain.com/cards/box5863x/prt7zecvsxnjih.htm :)

-- No Spam Please (anon@ymous.com), January 01, 1999.

Hey thanks Diane, can we make that an Irish coffee? :)

-- Andy (2000EOD@prodigy.net), January 01, 1999.

Hair of the dog and all that... groan...

-- Andy (2000EOD@prodigy.net), January 01, 1999.

Champagne has been greatly overrated since its invention. Probably sponsored by Bayer Aspirin.

-- Tom Carey (tomcarey@mindspring.com), January 01, 1999.

Fizzy vinegar. And the same guy who invented aspirin invented heroin. BLEAAHH.

Oh well


Now you have to make your resolutions (groan).

-- Paul Davis (davisp1953@yahoo.com), January 01, 1999.


I hope to receive one from you again next year.


-- Floyd Baker (fbaker@wzrd.com), January 01, 1999.

Happy New Year! Hi Diane! Hhmmm, what about foreswearing caffeine for the I'm Gonna Be Healthy New Year's resolution ;-)

Thanks for your great cards! Made the night party-right. Thought us YourDoneItes would savor this little news tidbit:

<< But in Branson, Missouri, the folks at the Chateau on the Lake promised New Year's Eve would be a night to remember.

The hotel constructed a replica of the bow of the Titanic and placed it in its 32,000-square-foot Great Hall. There, 500 party guests were to dine on the same seven-course meal the Titanic passengers ate just before the ship struck an iceberg and went down in 1912. >>

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-- Leska (allaha@earthlink.net), January 01, 1999.

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